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Smitty cost us the game

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Maybe not all Smitty but he slipped which led to a pick 6. That drop near the end zone could've been caught. It was a hard catch but Smtty usually catches that ball. All the Cam bashing is wrong!

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He also kept us in the game. Sure slipping and letting the corner get the pick 6 is horrible, but what about the catch he made while getting his clock cleaned?

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Omfg. This board is becoming a joke

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wasnt smiths fault, it was a bad play call. you dont call a timing route that close to your own endzone.

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The coaching staff cost us the game. Smitty did his part the entire game, but made a couple fug ups that wouldn't matter had the coaching been better. You have to think, why the fug didn't they run it in the first place?

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smitty could put up 300 yds every week and we'd still be losing games

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You guys are either all drunk or have rage issues or both

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Well, we shouldn't of been passing

And yeah, Smith slipping causes the pick 6.....

But that happens in football. The coaching is what is costing us wins.

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We should have not been passing.

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